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It's official. No, we're not talking about the new Pope. It's something far more serious. The Kardashians can no longer use the name Khroma for their beauty line licensed by Boldface Licensing + Branding. It's not sacrilegious; It's the law: According to the case's judge, Lee Tillett's beauty line Kroma "has demonstrated that it will likely lose business opportunities, customers, and goodwill due to Boldface's use of the confusingly similar Khroma Beauty marks." [HR]